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BO) SCOUTS TO HM umsjms Outings for Vacation Arranged by Commander of Southern Division [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
BO) SCOUTS TO HM umsjms Outings for Vacation Arranged by Commander of Southern Division Commander C de Vidal-Hundt of the southern division of the American Boy Scouts will give members of the Boy Scouts one of the greatest outings of their lives. The fun commences Saturday when the boys will be admitted to Luna Park free after a patriotic parade. Here they will be treated to all the attractions besides given an opportunity of seeing a battle between an airship and a miniature battleship in the lagoon. On the morning of December 27, they will leave for Catalina Island. Preparations are now under way to make the three days’ encampment as perfect as military science can de vise and the requirements of comfort demand. Workmen will begin with the erection of sixty big military tents and the wiring of the camping ground for electricity within a day or two. Several hundred bales of straw, enough to serve as litters for 500 hoys, will be shipped across the water before th.e week is oyer. Wo...
PRETTY PARTY AT THE HICKSON HOME Many Women Will be Guests at Delightful Occasion [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
PRETTY PARTY AT THE HICKSON HOME Many Women Will be Guests at Delightful Occasion Members and friends of the \V omen's Twentieth Century Club will be guests at a “Twelfth Night” party at the pretty home of Mrs. Mary A. Hickson, on Hill drive, Friday evening, Jan. 6. The customs of "Ye Olden Tyme" will be followed, and the committee in charge, with Mrs. Godfrey Edwards as chairman, are planning an unusually novel and interesting evening. The committee includes Mrs. Godfrey Edwards, Mrs. Mary Hickson, Mrs. M. H. Schneider, Miss F. M. Rogers, Mrs. W. E, VVerdcn, Mrs. F. I’. Richardson, Mrs. Frederick S. Hannaford, Mrs. Fred and Miss Mary Richardson. As this party is for the benefit of the clubhouse fund, an admission of twentylive cents will be charged. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the committee.
PROGRAM AT THE METHODIST CHURCH Final Arrangements Made for Entertainment by Children [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
PROGRAM AT THE METHODIST CHURCH Final Arrangements Made for Entertainment by Children All arrangements have been completed for the Christmas entertainment to be given at the Methodist church by the Sunday School children on Saturday evening. James Robertson, superintendent in charge, assisted by the officers and teachers of the school, has provided for the following program, winch commences at seven o’clock: Opening song. Prayer Rev. Spangler Responsive reading. Welcome Dale Moser The Christmas Star, Harvey Patten Song by Sunday School. “Christmas Stories”.. Esther Kolbe Solo Miss Oderlin Reading Margaret McCoinbcr Reading, “Birthdays” Helen House Reading, “1 Am a Little Soldier,” Clarence Stocking drill—Rosy Spangler, Teddy Spangler, Hazel House, Dale Moser, Thelma Sheep and Tourist Moser. Reading Avis Spangler Song by Sunday School. Recitation William Kincheloe Christmas Time... Raymond Kolbe Reading John Lovejoy Recitation James Kincheloe Recitation, “Tiptoe, Tiptoe, Off to Bed"—...
DETHLS mn fOR GREAT Mil IST Permanent Aviation Field at Dominguez Is Nearing Completion [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
DETHLS mn fOR GREAT Mil IST Permanent Aviation Field at Dominguez Is Nearing Completion Final details for the charity aviation meet, to be held at Dominguez held, Dec. 24 to Jan. 3 inclusive, have practically been arranged by the aviation committee and everything is in readiness for the opening of Southern California’s second annual event. The permanent aviation held at Dominguez, on which the charity aviation corporation has taken a lease for live years, for annual meets, is nearing completion, a force of fully 400 men being kept constantly at work on the grandstand, the concession booths administration buildings, hangars and forty thousand feet of wire fencing to keep the crowds off the held. The aviators have already begun arriving at the held, Hubert Latham, the French aviators, Antoinette, Walter Hrookin’s Wright flyer, and four local machines being installed in temporary hangars and assembled ready for flying. The Curtiss company's aviators will go to the held Monday afternoon...
COZARD-WILLIAMS WED ON CHRISTMAS DAY Pretty Wedding to Take Place at Patterson Residence [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
COZARD-WILLIAMS WED ON CHRISTMAS DAY Pretty Wedding to Take Place at Patterson Residence A very pretty wedding will take place on Christmas Day at the residence of M rs. E. Patterson on Sycamore avenue, when her ncice, Miss Serclda Williams, will become the bride of Mr. Samuel Cozard. Miss Williams, who is a strikingly pretty girl, will he charmingly attired in a white wedding hell for the ceremony, which will be performed by Rev. P. I’. Carrol of Los Angeles. The house will be beautifully decorated for the occasion. Upon the return from a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Cozad will reside on Sycamore avenue, The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Workman of Eagle Rock. M acdonald's Express and Transfer. Phones: Sunset, Glendale 4281; Home 811.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
DRY CLEANING, DYEING and REPAIRING EVERYTHING RETURNED BUT THE DIRT ACME DYE WORKS 1227 Figueroa St., Los Angeles Broadway 3912. Home 53432 Our city wagons call in Eagre Rock, Glendale and Tropica Daily S&amp;GG, Woof/Aff? yjm £ % FIFTH FLOOR—HAMBURGER BUILDING 100 feet above street noise and dust. Modern, Forecful, Progressive —27 th year—always the leader. Enter any time. F-1850, Main 2305, EDWARD KING ISAACS, President.
Eagle Rock Sentinel Published every Friday at Eagle Bock, Los Angeles Co., Calif. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
Eagle Rock Sentinel Published every Friday at Eagle Bock, Los Angeles Co., Calif. Franklin O. Schroeder — Editor and Proprietor. Miss Elizabeth Hare—Society. —Offices — Symphony Hall Bldg., Eagle Rock Valley. Glenandale Place, Eagle Rock Ave. Subscription Price—sl.oo a year strictly in advance. Advertising rates —Display 2Sc an inch each insertion; classified Sc a line, payable on or before the tenth day of each month. —Mail Address — Box ISIA, Rural Route No. 1, Los Angeles, California Entered at the Postoffice of Los Angeles, Cal., as second class of mail matter on June 20, 1910 . Communications and news items solicited. To insure publication for that week, copy must reach this office not later than Wednesday evening.
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
EDITORIAL The correct abbreviation of the word advertisement is “ad.” and not “add” as it is usually spelled. The alleged decrease in the cost of living at least furnishes plenty of food for thought. The “Sentinel” is published a day earlier this week for the benefit of the advertisers who wish to make the last announcements for Christmas in this issue. South Pasadena has a woman’s improvement association. We are not informed as to whether it is their object to improve women or whether they are a body of women improvers. "The Pilot is a few hours late today,” says Brother Waite of San Pedro, “because the gas was shut off and the linotype machine could not be run.” Why didn’t you attach the editor of the Wilmington Journal to your "Lino,” Waited
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
A Merry Christmas! J. B, Moser and Company u The Quality Grocers” Phone East 1148 Colorado Street 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Bates Mercantile Company “The New Cash Grocery” 952 Eagle Rock Ave. Frank J. Bates, Manager. All new stock at strictly down-town prices and better. A few of our bargains follow: SO lbs. “A-l” Flour ?&gt;-70 25 lbs. “A-l” Flour 85 Large Size Harpoon Brand Salmon 09 Sardines 07 English Breakfast Bacon, per lb 55 Fresh Boiled Ham, per lb 3a CreSm of Wheat 18 Old Dutch Cleanser 09 Co.’s “3-Wheat Bread,” fresh every day. A good assortment of fresh candies and nuts. All fresh vegetables in season. 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Beautiful Foothill Lots InFL ORIS TA N HEIGHTS Many have fruit and shade trees, others have large live oaks. Within easy walking distance of Occidental College, situated on high ground in Eagle Eoek Valley. The best street improvements costing $25,000 are now being installed. Absolutel...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
• DESIGNS HALF TONE AND LINE CUTS FOR CATALOGUES, MAGAZINES AND GENERAL ILLUSTRATING. 537 So. Los Angeles St. — % fiioMt, A 805- MAiroO^l Cagle Rock Ceed and Cud Compaiw C. S. Roberts, Mgr. HAY, GRAIN, CHICKEN FEED, COAL AND WOOD Phone East 3156. Colorado near Central Eagle Rock CLASSIFIED “ADS” FOR SALE FOR SALE—Good surrey, cheap. Telephone East 2847. wanted WANTED —To buy a blue flame distillate burner outfit, complete; must be cheap. Address P. O. Box 106, Glendale, stating price. WANTED—To trade good Mitchell 3-passenger auto for lot in Eagle Rock. Apply this office. FOR RENT FOR RENT—Good 6-room house. 20 minutes from court-house. Located on 2 car-lines. $ll per month and and water. Apply of Mrs. Pollard, 848 Eagle Rock avenue. East 400. SPECIAL NOTICES HARDWARE—Paints and Oils. Garvanza Hardware, W. L. Van Wig, Phones: East 237.; Home 39301 NOTICE Subscribers who do not receive their paper regularly will confer a favor upon us by reporting same to this office. Please do not n...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
VourUjstChano^ n few Suggestions for Xmos presents: Handkerchiefs Suspenders Neckties free Ornaments Postal Cards Dolls and Toys A N. Swan, Dry Goods and Notion Castle and Colorado Phone Cast 2546 Robert Henry Brown, Free. P. F. Schumacher, Vice-Free. Fred E. Bilee, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier lEaglr Hark Sank Capital, 126,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Bock Property We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Bock Valley and vicinity, and greatly desire the accounts and all other business of every person in the Valley. DON’T FORGET! THAT YOUR BOY WANTS A KODAK We have them right here at prices ranging from $2.00 upward. Also a fine line of the latest and most popular books, stationery and other appropriate Christmas gifts. See our line. The Glendale Book Store 576 W FOURTH STREET BOTH PHONES Tell Your Secret wants in Real Estate to KULU AND HERZOG At the end of the Eagle Rock Avenue car line. Phone East 960. They will find For You Comfort Scenery Safety ...
A CHRISTMAS TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
A CHRISTMAS TELEPHONE. Christmas Page of the Eagle Rock Sentinel. By ALICE E. ALLEN. (Copyright, 1910, by American Pram Araoclatlon.] DOROTHY left her playthings In a heap on the floor. She palled a chair to the telephone on the desk. She climbed Into It Her curly head reached the mouthpiece. She unhooked the receiver and put It to her ear, Just as father did. “Number?” said a voice so quickly that Dorothy Jumped. “Two-two-nine-six,” she said clearly. That was what father said. In a minute, close to Dorothy’s ear It seemed, another voice spoke. "Hello!” it said pleasantly. "Is this Santa Claus?” asked Dorothy as much like father as possible. “Yes,” said the voice sweetly. "What is It?" Dorothy hesitated. “You don’t sound Just like Sants Glaus,” she said. “Well, 1 am,” the voice laughed. “But who is this —some little girl?” “I’m Dorothy Grant" “Dorothy Grant?” The voice seemed surprised. Dorothy hastened to explain. “Dorothy Grant, 234 Park place,” she said “Don’t you know me?” “Oh,”...
Eight Millions For Toys. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
Eight Millions For Toys. The real amount of cash money paid out in the United States alone for toys that on Christmas morning gladden the hearts of American children Is conservatively estimated at .$8,000,000. This means about 00 cents apiece for the something like 13.000,000 of Ove to twelve year old children. The children of no other country have so great an amount expended for toys for them.
A CHRISTMAS OF LONG AGO [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
A CHRISTMAS OF LONG AGO By MAUCIA FIELD [Copyright, 1910, by American Press Association.] Dear cousin jackP»y come to spend The Holly days with your true Friend, In Hopes that Weather will permit. To your good Parents Pa has writ. And you and Ned and Frank can ride Your Ponies by the Chariot’s side. I am desired to say that Nan Expects such Sport with Cousin Fan. She has a Doll from London Town. With an Egret and Tabby Gown. She is to proud) But. Jack, we Boyt Can think of better Things than Toys. THE yellowed letter, so it runs. Oft read by tons and tons of tons. Above the formal sheet, outspread, Dick bent hit curly, ribboned head. With tight grasped goose quill moving slow. That Christmas season long ago. Twas sealed and tent—one mutt confess. 11l sealed; a finger burnt. 1 guess! Black Pompey rode ’twixt kith and kin. With ebon face and ivory grin, To bear such tetters to and fro In Christmas season long ago. Our fancy paints the Yuletide sport At hospitable Holly CourtHow Dick a...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
A BROWN?! SI av wm Copyright, 1910. by American Pfcm Association, H E took. her one day in hi* automobile, An&lt; he tmu a magnate in iron and steel. Her efery hart goton toot a cheap IMU labvn. But her face bww ax UrCtiy and fresh at the daton. Hr had hortet and cattle and acre* of land And t ere) ant* to ttrail on hit tlighUrt command, A houte in Iht country, a palact in toton (Bat iht tytt of hit chauffeur toere gent It and brotonX. e o o 'J'HIS captain of finance, he t vootd likg a k/ng. So the did not tay •• ffo“ token he brought her a ring. He thoboered her forth pretenit of diamond* and pearl* And crotoned her toith rote*. Iht* fairest of girt*. But the glittering fetoel* toere toon puthed atide. And hit rote*, neglected, toon toilted and died. For the magnate toot grimxled and turinK/ed and old. And the lock* of the chauffeur toere yelloto at gold. f\H, youth unto youth it forester the v tame At the torch to the toto. at the moth to the flame. So the Jetoelt and ring...